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Tactics For Self-Defense 2 DVD

Item # 438749
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  • A must-have for all law enforcement

  • Learn to use and defend against edged weapons

  • Includes Tactical Pistol II training class

  • Also includes Tactical Concealed Carry II info

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Product Description
This information-packed DVD covers tactical edged weapons and provides a second course in tactical pistol use and concealed carry. It's a must-have for all law enforcement and military personnel as well as defense oriented individuals.

In Tactical Edged Weapons I, you'll learn elements of defensive and offensive techniques for tactical self-defense from edged weapons experts. Weapons selection, cutting techniques, grips, movement, targeting, defensive postures and safety are some of the many important topics covered in this informative and dynamic DVD.

Taught by the instructors of Gunsite Academy, the Tactical Pistol II course continues the practical training regimen of Tactical Pistol I. This video offers an in-depth analysis of the gun manipulation skills needed to increase speed, delivery, and efficiency of handgun presentations, tactical reloading, malfunction clearances, fixed shooting positions, vehicular shooting methods, tactical exits, and movement techniques to get off the line of attack.

The Tactical Concealed Carry II course continues with an in-depth look at advanced concealed carry techniques and tactics for the legally armed professional. The scenarios presented include predatory behavior and attacks at bank ATMs, convenience stores, restaurant and retail facilities, and specific threats associated in and around vehicles. 109 minutes.

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